Overnight trading: European and American stock markets went up and down, Ruixing Coffee fell more than 30%

Original title: Overnight trading: European and American stock markets have risen and fallen, Ruixing Coffee has fallen by more than 30% Source:
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The following is a summary of important information in the global market:
Most large US technology stocks rose, with Facebook up 1.52%, Qualcomm up 0.90%, Apple up 0.64%, Google up 0.54%, Microsoft up 0.04%, Amazon down 0.4%, and Netflix down 1.59%.
Most of the popular Chinese stocks closed down, Ruixing Coffee fell 30.85%, and fell 68.34% after the resumption of trading. Weibo fell 9.7%, Baidu fell 6.1%, Alibaba fell 5.87%, JD fell 5.08%, and Pinduoduo rose 14.50%.
On Friday, EDT, international oil prices closed down slightly, and US oil futures rose nearly 13% this week. As of the close, the price of July light crude oil futures in New York fell 0.67 US dollars, or 1.98%, to close at 33.25 US dollars per barrel. July Brent crude oil futures closed down 0.93 US dollars, a decrease of 2.58%, to 35.13 US dollars / barrel.
The major European stock indexes were mixed, and German stocks rose 5.80% this week. As of the close, the DAX index of the German Frankfurt stock market closed at 11073.87 points, up 7.94 points or 0.07% from the previous trading day. The French Paris stock market CAC40 index closed at 4444.56 points, down 0.89 points from the previous trading day, or 0.02%. The average price index of 100 stocks in the Financial Times of the London Stock Exchange in the UK closed at 5993.28 points on the 22nd, down 21.97 points or 0.37% from the previous trading day.
The international gold price rose slightly, regaining the $ 1730 mark. As of the close, the most active June gold futures price on the New York Mercantile Exchange’s gold futures market on the 22nd was up by $ 13.60 from the previous trading day and closed at $ 1735.50 per ounce, an increase of 0.79%.
At the beginning of Golden Week, the stunning appearance once refreshed the 8-year high, but then fell twice. Silver broke out and became a hot topic; the oil market has multiple positives, but the road to rebound has not been smooth. What are the hot spots in the market this week that are worth reviewing, and what are the risks next week that need to be prepared in advance, let us sort out together.
Recently, a set of data has attracted market attention. In the week ending May 20, the Fed ’s corporate credit instrument balance increased from US $ 305 million to US $ 1.8 billion, a 6-fold increase. At the same time as of May 20, the Fed’s total assets increased to 7.04 trillion US dollars. The reason why these figures are so highly concerned is that it may confirm people’s speculation that behind the recent surge in U.S. stocks, it is the Fed’s “trust market”.
A week ago, the State of Connecticut stated that the number of people applying for unemployment benefits in the state was 298,680, actually 29,846 people were underrecorded. Recently, Massachusetts made a similar mistake to Connecticut. A Massachusetts official said in an email that last week, under a separate federal large-scale unemployment assistance program, the state submitted 115,952 people to the Federal Epidemic Unemployment Assistance Program for the first time for unemployment relief applications, rather than the US Department of Labor announced on Thursday 1,183,792 people were shown in the report of the application for unemployment relief.
On Friday (May 22), it was reported that Nabiullina, the governor of the Russian Central Bank, gave a speech. According to a Financial Post report, Nabiullina said that the Russian Central Bank has room to cut interest rates, and the impact of temporary inflation is milder than expected. According to reports, Nabiullina said earlier this month that the central bank will consider a 100-point cut in interest rates at the next June 19 resolution to curb the impact of the epidemic on the economy.
It didn’t take long for the unity to happen, and there was conflict within OPEC? This time, it seems that Saudi Arabia and Iraq are going to stage a “grab grabbing” show, and India, the world’s third-largest consumer of crude oil, has become the object of their competition.
Recently, it was reported that Wells Fargo raised the target price of gold at the end of the year to 1800-1900 US dollars per ounce, slightly higher than the previous forecast of 1650-1750 US dollars. Increased economic uncertainty and increased inflation threats are positive factors. However, analysts at the bank predict that it will not rise to a high of $ 2,000. In contrast, Digix COO Sh